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We have booked via own website and on refundable. The hotel is simple and lovely! Nothing luxurious, the bathroom is not big, facilities and room are simple, but we enjoyed very much. We arrived at 1am and Signore Antonio (receptionist) was there to check us...More
My friend and i stayed at this hotel for two nights during a tour of Italy.
The room was clean and big and all of the facilities worked as they should. I could only find one plug socket in the whole room but luckily i...More
We booked the hotel at the last minute and chose it because of its central location, beds for four and budget price.
The Cambridge is not fancy but the beds are comfortable and water is hot. The service at the front desk and at breakfast...More
This is a budget hotel suitable for all even for family. Initially i intend to stay for 2 days but later extended another 2 more days due to the helpfulness of Mr Antonio. Every night, he would helped me to boiled hot water for my...More
This was a nice place to stay. The room was small but clean and quiet even though it was on a busy street. The staff were friendly and the breakfast was included and was small but enough to fill us for sure. The pastries were...More
US$66 - US$158 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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